Pointing out the myriad of troubles with ObamaCare, from the colossal federal web breakdowns (now being “fixed” by the husband of WA Congresswoman Suzan DelBene) to a Washington State Exchange that can’t tell you how many uninsured people have actually signed up, seems a bit like piling on, and thus not always “news you can use.”
However, when the very pillars of ObamaCare are under attack, from the very person the law is named after, well…that’s a different story.
The highly respected National Journal takes just that perspective in a piece this morning, pointing out the unprecedented flexibility that the President is finding in a law passed by Congress. After all, who knew you could just keep changing a law to meet the Democrat Party’s political needs, without ever asking Congress to actually amend the law?
As the National Journal points out “The Affordable Care Act means what it says and says what it means. Until it doesn’t.”